Earlier this week, a young American boy began an inadvisable critique of the British way of life.
"Red buses everywhere!" he shouted from his keyboard. "What the f--- is a scone?!" he questioned. "Why do yall say 'maths'," he continued.
So, a word of caution for peoples around the world, if you don't want to face a similarly angry reaction from a British person - never, ever utter any of things to them:
We've run out of teabags...
If it wasn’t for the US, you’d be speaking German right now.
- Yes, thanks for joining the war two years late
Is it always raining in Britain?
- Yes, now please stop reminding us
- As in "yoghurt". It's definitely pronounced yogg-ert
When you explain that you come from somewhere in Scotland, Wales, the South-West or the North...
Is that near London?
- ALUMINIUM: ah-luh-min-ee-um
Queue etiquette is NOT a thing.
- Oh yes it is, and we're masters of it.
- Did you forget to finish your word?
'ello guv'nah, you sound like you're from Laaandan.
- I'm from Leeds
Referring to this as England
There is a rail replacement bus service running today
Do you like soccer?
- It's football
Unexpected item in bagging area
I can do an amazing British accent
- a) There are literally dozens. b) No you can't
Have any to add? Let us know in the comments...